Rebuilding Leadership training with Clore Leadership
One individual, in a leadership or senior management position, from your organisation or business will take part in two half day training sessions exploring what it means to be a leader in uncertain and changeable times. Clore Leadership Associate Emma Haughton will lead online training sessions which look at the mindsets of leaders and how these need to adapt to navigate challenging circumstances. In these sessions you will be part of group of heritage professionals in positions of responsibility (including within voluntary organisations) who will work together to explore leadership skills and strategies. These sessions will help you to find courage, resilience and capabilities to lead through and beyond the challenges of 2020 and will provide opportunities for discussion and knowledge sharing.
Managing Wellbeing training with Steve Wood
One individual, with line management responsibility in your organisation or business (this could include volunteer management), will take part in two sessions exploring ways of managing wellbeing. Organisational wellbeing starts with individual wellbeing. In these sessions Steve Wood, an expert in organisational improvement, will guide you in how to implement Wellness Action Planning (WAP) in your organisation and support those you manage during these incredibly challenging times. You will work alongside other heritage professionals to identify ways to develop and agree WAPs, set goals, recognise achievements and plan personal development.
Digital Marketing for Heritage Freelancers training with Media Trust
This half day course for heritage freelancers is designed to give you a space to explore the challenges that have arisen as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and develop your existing marketing skills in the context of this environment. Within this session you will learn how to market yourself beyond your existing networks and word-of-mouth approaches, and consider how to expand your audiences and engage new clients. Whilst there is no easy solution to the challenges that have arisen over the past year, the training will provide an opportunity to come together with others to discuss the issues and to work with expert trainer, Kirsty Marrins, to explore communications techniques that may help to address these.
Financial Literacy training with Creative United
One individual, who has responsibility for organisational finances, will be able to participate in an online group training session explaining financial management processes. Through this training you will look at the practicalities involved with day to day budget management, learn how to create and use cashflow templates, and review approaches to financial risk management. This session is designed to help you to gain control over your budgets and to increase your confidence in understanding your organisation’s financial position.
Organisational Storytelling training with Media Trust
This half day course is designed to support organisations delve into the techniques and approaches explored in “What’s the point of you? Communicating who you are and what you do”. Working in a small group with other heritage professionals, Media Trust will help you to better understand your organisational story and find simple ways of expressing what makes you special. Within this practical session you’ll gain an understanding of the essential elements of great storytelling and undertake practical activities to help you hone your message.
Inclusion in the workplace training in groups with DCN and EMBED
One individual from your organisation will be able to participate in online group sessions exploring how to implement inclusive working practices in your organisation. We all have the power to create change, this training will look at the practical steps you can take within the context of your organisation’s unique structure, staffing arrangements, and operating processes. It will provide an opportunity for you to gain specific and expert advice from DCN and EMBED. The training will be delivered across three separate sessions allowing you to make progress in between sessions and explore successes and challenges with the group.
Improving your Applications training with the Chartered Institute of Fundraising
This two-part course is designed help you to improve your approach to applications for support and funding. Over two sessions, led by an expert consultant from the Chartered institute of fundraising, you will gain a better understanding of the application process and how to maximise your chance of being awarded the support or funds you have applied for. This training will help you to identify what awarding bodies are looking for and help you to confidently explain how you can meet their criteria. This training uses the Rebuilding Heritage programme as an example awarding body, and is open only to individuals who have previously applied to the programme.